@dafyre said in Rebuild Time on a 96 Drive RAID 7 Array (RAIDZ3): @scottalanmiller said in Rebuild Time on a 96 Drive RAID 7 Array (RAIDZ3): @travisdh1 said in Rebuild Time on a 96 Drive RAID 7 Array (RAIDZ3): Seems like the perfect case to use RAIN, even if it's within a single system enclosure. @StarWind_Software LSFS, I'm looking at you. @KOOLER I am right in thinking this is the sort of thing LSFS could handle, right? RAIN in a single enclosure rarely does anything that RAID 10 does not. It's effectively all the same at that point (more or less.) If RAID 10 doesn't work, RAIN isn't going to work either (normally.) The issue here is "single enclosure." Wouldn't a properly configured single RAIN node make it easier to grow when it's time to add more storage? I've seen this with Exablox and it was a nice feature! Yes, if you are preparing for scale out. But if you are just doing it within the context of a single node, it doesn't change anything.